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. this looks like a good spot. you kin' do it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. >> good morning. here's the latest on traffic. we are still dealing with some of the same problems we have been dealing with all morning. a downed tree in owings mills. a water main break in nottingham, southbound bel air road is closed. the ossining traffic is northbound there. -- they are alternating traffic northbound there. glenn burnie, the accident as close crain highway in both directions. the alternate is ritchie highway or 97. here is a live look at the beltway. there is an accident on the outer loop to the shoulder. it is not affecting traffic. they relied on 95. -- very light on 95. >> we are dealing with a little bit of haze and humidity outside. a lot of heat and humidity is expected today. we are expecting rain showers late afternoon. let's take a look on our satellite picture. most of the clouds are off down to the south and west. 71 degrees at the airport. temperatures in the mid 70's this morning. by lunchtime, a few more clouds are expected.
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today. america runs on dunkin'. >> good morning. 76 degrees downtown. we had a front that moved through last night. the sun will be up shortly. the temperatures are around the mid 70's. that is right now. the macy and isolated thunderstorm this afternoon. partly cloudy -- we may see an isolated thunderstorm this afternoon. partly cloudy. the winds are not going to be a factor. the surf temperature in ocean city is mild. a good chance of showers and storms as moisture continues to apple trade from the atlantic. we do have a tropical storm danny out there. we have this front. stalled out last night. did an have a source of energy to come through. right now this is unimpressive as far as tropical systems go. 50 miles per hour sustained winds. it is about 773 mouse to the east of ocean city. it is going to get the closest to us by friday night saturday morning. the northeast quadrant is the great area of greatest impact. we are in the better quadrants so we should not see much impact. we may see some rip currents around the ocean city area. it may affect new england and close to the canadia
it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. >> welcome back to "11 news today." some patchy fog around. be aware of that. the sun will come out and it obama's into the 91 degree range. -- warm us into the 91 degree range. a weak front is moving offshore. the heat and humidity from the mid-atlantic will be coming in. 67 degrees at the airport. the dewpoint are slowly creeping up in certain locations. some moisture in the air today. we will be 18 degrees in the western maryland mountains. but nice blue skies. we do not have the best air quality here. do not exercise outside if you are sensitive to pollutants in the environment. it will be humid and warm. as far as the bay forecast, only about 85 degrees in ocean city. we will get that late day seabreeze kicking in. is out easterly flow at 10 knots today. water temperatures 81 degrees across the board. the record high was 101 set back in 1930. and in 1966, 55 degrees was the record low. in contrast, of which should be 66 degrees 4 hour overnight lows. 71 degrees downtown. partly
come here tonight to stand with you, to change america. >> he appeared on capitol hill and was a champion of health care. >> it keeps them going day after day. his determination before he goes on to the next life, this country is going to have national health care for everyone. >> his passion for politics is now silent. funeral arrangements are expected to be announced in the next day or so. nbc news, washington. >> there is much more of the life and legacy of senator ted kennedy on our website at wbaltv.com. you can hear more reaction from around the country. there is a look better at the legacy of the kennedy family. that is all on our home page. >> if your commute to downtown this morning, you may want to add some more time to your travel after an underground explosion caused some manhole covers to blast off. >> the the news is so far at this hour, it is not causing any major traffic problems yet. we do have some updated information for you. we just got off the phone from bge. this is a medium pressure malfunction in a gas line. they are trying to get to this line an
that america may be easing of the recession. strong auto sales based on the cash for clunkers program makes some white house officials pleased with the progress. some foreclosure reports should be out this morning. >> that brings us to our answer to the watercooler question of the day. >> we ask if you thought the nation was starting to emerge from a recession. >> one person says when businesses start advertising more and consumers start buying, then the recovery starts. >> one person right there are positive indicators. it will take some time. the recovery will start at the top so they can begin hiring unemployed americans at the bottom. >> one person says i do. it took eight years to get into this mess. it will take some time to get out. >> the fed put in trillions of dollars and borrowed more from other countries. the end result will be inflation and debt passed on to future generations. we will post more of your answers on the front page of our website at speed wbaltv.com. -- website at pawnbroker wbaltv.com. >> we have been no accident coming in on the area of 100. we will keep you pos
insurgents. >> those who attacked america on 9/11 are planning to do so again. it let -- if left unchecked, the taliban will continue to plot to kill more americans. >> the taliban has threatened to suppress turnout. they turn out to cast votes for the candidates. one person is up for reelection. >> it is democracy in action. what matters is the result. >> one man has been in power since the 2001 invasion. exhaust -- results are expected saturday but could take longer. wbal. >> the balance continues to escalate in iraq as a bicycle bomb exploded near a baghdad restaurant killing two people. this comes on the eve of seven deadly attacks over a year -- of some of deadly attacks from over a year ago. the government must reassess security measures since violence has ran up following the pullout of american forces from major cities in june. >> school starts in less than 10 weeks. baltimore county is taking more steps to make sure they are prepared to deal with of the concerns of parents. it is a call center. also be addressed. >> what is on the minds of>> everyone wants to know about transporta
of dunkin' donuts coffee on ice. this looks like a good spot. you kin' do it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. >> zookeeper's at a london zoo don't know how to put one of their female gorillas in the mood for romance. it's been eight months since the guerrillas at this zoo had a maid. zookeeper's posted a picture is of a new suitor that would be arriving from a french zoo. the guerrillas don't appear to have an eye for photography. the females pick up the pictures and simply tore them apart and ate them. >> just like a woman. >> love is blind, i guess. >> yesterday we showed you a tomato plant that was something out of a movie. today, think "american gladiator." the local pastime is not baseball or ccricket. it is two people sitting on a porch giving each other with a pillow. children take a modern sports like soccer and basketball. the village elders are urging the town youth not to beat lured by modern sports. perhaps whoever falls off this log could be helped by japanese technology. this automated nurse is nicknamed reba. it can lif
. >> and this is a wonderful day for judge sotomayor and her family. but i also think it's a wonderful day for america. >> judge sotomayor will be sworn in on saturday. the ceremony will be televised which is another first. >> before casting her vote on the sotomayor nomination after thanking them for her care the senior senator says her experience has envig rated her fight for health care reform for all americans. >> to the 20% of americans and marylanders who do not have health insurance, i'm going to work hard that you get it. but to the 80% that have it i'm going to work hard that if you like the insurance you have, i will work very hard for you to get to keep it. >> senator mikulski will continue to undergo intense physical therapy and is expected to resume her full-time duties next month. >> a new doll that teaches little girls about breast feeding is causing quite a bit of concern among parents. bb gluden in europe comes with a halter-type thing for the little girls to wear and when the doll is pressed against sun flowers that act like nipples the baby makes a suckaling sound and then cries unt
sausage biscuit for just 99 cents. because it's breakfast, not brokefast. america saves on dunkin'. >> live, local, late-breaking. this is wbal 11 news. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back. 'i'm stan stovall. >> i'm sarah caldwell. >> approaching ocean city there are some showers along a stalled out front. for most of the day it's going to be dry and partly cloudy. 74 degrees. what a way to wrap up the month of august. more coming up. >> thank-you, sandra. it's the day most parents celebrate at the morning marks the start of another school year. >> the last three school districts to start willoughby starting today. jennifer franciotti is at barnesville high school in baltimore county. >> we have seen some teachers arrive this morning. we have one schoolbus over my shoulder. -- parkskville high school. there are no new schools opening in baltimore county. 600 new teachers are beginning the school year. the superintendent joe harrison and members of the board will make rounds today, visiting five schools. dr. harrison will be there with county executive jim smith, focusing on t
on ice. this looks like a good spot. you kin' do it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. from that first dollar forward, cash flow isn't just an important thing to small business. it's everything. that's why pnc is introducing your new cfo, cash flow options designed to effectively improve your cash flow. cfo helps every dollar work harder. from the very first dollar to the last dollar of the day. get in touch with your new cfo. pnc. leading the way. >> while youere sleeping, tropical storm claudette made landfall. >> kristen dahlgren is just to the east of that location in panama city where some of the worst rain has been falling. >> claudette came ashore on florida's panhandle with lashing winds. >> we had 55, even 65 mile-an-hour gusts. >> and pounding surf. to the south near fort myers, a tornado spawned by the system ripped into more than 20 homes, all hallmarks of a tropical system. but for many a bit of a surprise. claudette seemed to come out of nowhere, growing quickly to a tropical storm on this same weekend, the seaso
yourself today. america runs on dunkin'. it's quiet on the home front-- not a lot of activity. you read the news. and yet, some people need to sell and other people want to buy. this is a moment of challenge and opportunity. fortunately, re/max agents have the experience to help you meet the one and recognize the other. thanks. because the future's counting on us. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. >>for joining us. >> be careful on the roadways this morning. we are seeing is a moderate rainfall in the area. a low pressure is developing a long with eight stalled out front. -- a long witlong with a stallet front. >> gov. martin o'malley is taking all ideas as to have to cut millions of dollars from the state's budget. >> he is turning to maryland residents. they have been soliciting budget cutting ideas from the public. there is an electronic suggestion box. >> we are starting to get back to everyone who walked in. there are some things we decided not to do. there are other things that we never thought of before. >> the o
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. this looks like a good spot. you kin' do it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself with an authentic iced latte today for only $1.99. from that first dollar forward, cash flow isn't just an important thing to small business. it's everything. that's why pnc is introducing your new cfo, cash flow options designed to effectively improve your cash flow. cfo helps every dollar work harder. from the very first dollar to the last dollar of the day. get in touch with your new cfo. pnc. leading the way. >> baltimore city police are investigating a gas station robbery that led to an elderly man been taken hostage. it happened about 9:30 a.m. monday morning on the 5900 block of belair road. the suspect fled the store and entered a home where they held a 93 year old man hostage. the police fired tear gas in the home when they were able to rescue the hostages who is doing fine this morning. the first trial for developing eight safe vaccine for the swine flu -- a safe vaccine for this one flu is under way. three weeks from now, the volunteers will receive a second shot. if it proves to be effective, it
with the legendary taste of dunkin' donuts coffee on ice. this looks like a good spot. you kin' do it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. cash for clunkers is available at your chevy dealer. with more eligible models to choose from than anyone. if your clunker qualifies to be recycled, you can get a $3500 or $4500 government rebate. and just announced! if you qualify for the clunker rebate, you may also qualify for 0% apr for 72 months. that means you can buy this silverado half-ton for $228 a month after a $3500 government rebate and no down payment. go to chevy.com for details. >> welcome back to 11 news today. police are investigating the death of a three year-old boy. a 28 year-old man brought an infant boy to the hospital saying he had fallen down the stairs. the boy died last wednesday from his injuries. officials say they are not sure of the cause of death. no charges have been filed. police are looking for the suspects of a man who entered a burger king and dropped it. he then crossed the street to arby's where he took money from a cash
. wake up america. most more of your answers on the front page of wbaltv.com. -- we'll post more of your answers on the front page of wbaltv.com. >> we have problems on the southwest side. this is all due to late clearing overnight construction. two left lanes blocked in the outer loop at 295. you can see the result. we're electricing at heavy delays approaching southwestern boulevard all the way down to 295. so it's going to be a while before that one clears out. average speeds of nine miles per hour through that area. let's check on what else is going on. we've been checking this for delays. for the most part we are in good shape. most of the west side looks good until you get down toward that southwest corner. and are you doing pretty well here on the north sismede j.f.x. , 795, and i-70. >> tazz a lot sarah -- thanks a lot sarah. a con fraft to what we've -- contrast to what we've seen over in the week. thanks to a nice dosme high pressure to our west. right now the temperature range really where it should be this time of year. 73 downtown. 69 in york pennsylvania. looks like low 70'
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it. america runs on dunkin'. treat yourself today with an authentic caramel swirl iced latte. we've all heard about the trouble in the housing industry. the fact is, with all the talk of a national real estate market, your town, your neighborhood, your home, or the home you'd like to buy, are each unique. the national conversation may not apply at all. if you've been worrying about what your property may be worth, or wondering if your dream home may finally be affordable, ask a re/max agent or go to remax.com. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. >> we have traffic delays. sarah going to look at that weather situation. >> i am sorry. that was not graceful of me. i was trying to run in heels. >> i'm always impressed. >> now i'm out of breath. let me see what's going on out there. we have this downed tree on hillside at green spring. that is blocking some lanes in the pikesville area. the north point, closed at north lane due to fire activity in dundalk. traffic on the north side, fortunately volume is not too heavy this morning on the area roadways. looking good at harford.
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